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Centre to help plug flooding skills gap launched at Brunel


flooding has launched at Brunel University London. The Centre for Flood Risk and Resilience (CFR2) – developed in partnership with the Environment Agency and environmental organisations HR Wallingford, Jacobs, ICE Blue and CIWEM – aims to help fill the skills gap currently faced by the sector. Backed by £200,000 from HEFCE’s Catalyst Fund, CFR2 will offer a suite of Chartered Institution of Water and Environment Management (CIWEM) accredited e-learning programmes aimed at professionals, before being expanded to include Brunel’s undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral courses in Flood and


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new centre to help bolster the UK’s defences against


Coastal Engineering, which have run at the university since 2017. The first e-learning courses are expected to go online in mid-September. Professor Tassos Karayiannis of Brunel’s College of Engineering, Design and Physical Sciences and Director of the CFR2, said: “The Centre will


complement our existing undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Flood and Coastal Engineering, which are offered alongside HR Wallingford and supported by the Environment Agency. “The Centre will provide new CIWEM accredited e-learning materials


developed with our partners for new learners at both pre and post-university level, and at the same time offer an


opportunity for an upgrade to professionals working in the field.


“This will help reduce the national and international skills gap for professionals working in this


multidisciplinary field.” The Catalyst Fund,


launched by HEFCE before it became the Office for Students, aims to support the Government’s Industrial Strategy by developing the curriculum in areas of national importance. In total, £6.1m was awarded to 30 universities across the UK, with Brunel receiving the maximum amount possible for a single institution. To find out more about the Centre for Flood Risk and Resilience, please visit http://www.brunel.ac.uk/bus iness/Centre-for-Flood-Risk- and-Resilience


Incenve FM adds presgious centre to retail porolio


facilities company, has been awarded a £2.7m, three-year contract by Southgate Shopping Centre in Bath.


I uCFB Boilers receiving the award for Innovaon in Design & Technology.


CFB Boilers celebrates Innovaon Award win


team boiler specialist, CFB Boilers, has won an innovation award for its work in changing and shaping the steam boiler and ancillary heating equipment landscape. The Essex-based


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manufacturer picked up the Tendring Blue Ribbon 2017 Award for Innovation in Design & Technology, fighting off stiff competition in a category that was open to all industries.


CFB Boilers’ application, which demonstrated ‘a product or service innovation that has led to commercial success’, was submitted anonymously by another company. CFB Boilers has been


developing ground-breaking products and services for more than 120 years. Its flagship series 4VT Steam Boiler, for example, remains class-leading in areas such as energy-saving, start-up time and steam quality. “This award is a reflection of our dedication to innovation in design and technology, as well as customer service. Everyone here is really proud of this achievement, which really came out of the blue, and we’re especially pleased that another company would go to the trouble of nominating us for the award. We’d like to thank all of our customers for their support,” said Derek Parish, Managing Director of CFB Boilers.


Under the conditions of the agreement with Broadgate Estates, Incentive FM will be responsible for all cleaning, including window cleaning, and security at the open-air shopping centre which is a key tourist attraction and home to numerous restaurants.


A team of 28 security


guards and cleaners will transfer under TUPE and operate around the clock to ensure that visitors and staff can enjoy a safe, secure, and clean environment. Key challenges include the fact that this is an open scheme centre with several entrances and high footfall. In addition, the ornate architecture and traditional bath stone requires specialist cleaning techniques. Glenn Wilson, Operations Director at Incentive FM, said: “We work with a number of shopping centres throughout the UK and understand the challenges they face. Our solutions for destination shopping centres such as Southgate are designed to add up to a lower total acquisition cost for the Shopping Centre and accordingly, their retailers.”


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